Prime Minister David Cameron wants to give police the power to seize passports of Islamist fighters bound for Iraq and Syria. On Friday, Britain raised its threat level to "severe" from "substantial."
British Prime Minister David Cameron announced a range of sweeping anti-terror measures on Monday
British Prime Minister David Cameron echoed the belief of the European Council that ISIS poses a “direct threat to every European country” in a speech on Monday. “The European Council conclusions could not be clearer, and I quote, ‘The...Show More Summary
The supporters of David Cameron liked to pitch themselves as "modernisers". The thought was that by the mid-2000s the Conservative Party and its presentation of itself was out of date and had become self-indulgent, preferring internal arguments and recriminations to the compromises necessary to win and hold power. Cameron and his team would change all of that. [...]
British Prime Minister David Cameron has announced plans to combat terrorism, despite admitting that the new measures could be challenged - and potentially over-ruled - in the courts. The measure include plans to to introduce a law that...Show More Summary
Tories and Lib Dems had been at odds on on new powers to seize passports of returning jihadist fighters One-Minute Read Monday, September 1, 2014 - 4:14pm Police will get new powers to confiscate the passports of British jihadists fighting...Show More Summary
David Cameron will make use of his shared platform with Barack Obama this week to criticise NATO free-loaders who aren’t fulfilling their treaty obligations, despite refusing to rule out the possibility of further deep defence cuts to the UK military next year reports The Times. Show More Summary
The talks between the Lib Dems and the Conservatives on the anti-terror measures that David Cameron will unveil this afternoon have finally finished. There are a few more details to… Continue reading The post The current political climate rewards authoritarians, not civil libertarians appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
What should worry David Cameron more, Douglas Carswell’s defection to Ukip or reports that as many as 100 Tory MPs could go into the general election pledging to leave the… Continue reading The post Cameron does not have as much time as he’d like on European reform appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Unlike someone we know, it sounds like United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron has a strategy for defeating Islamic extremists. At a press...
The Coalition parties are gearing up for a week of minding the gaps. Tomorrow, David Cameron plans to tell MPs about measures that he feels are necessary for plugging the… Continue reading The post Coalition minds the gap on anti-terror measures appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Congressman Peter king pines for president who can lead, and wishes we had a head of state like Britain’s David Cameron. I wish our president was showing the same leadership David Cameron showed,” King said. “What is the president waiting for? I agree that we have to have coalitions and other forces on our side, [...]
Representative Peter King (R-NY) achieved full Peter King-ness on Face the Nation Sunday morning, wishing that President Barack Obama would show the leadership he said UK Prime Minister David Cameron has in addressing the ISIS threa...
David Cameron and the Tories’ electoral hopes are about to take a long walk on Clacton’s short pier. A poll in the Mail on Sunday today has Ukip on 64%… Continue reading The post Ukip set for crushing Clacton win appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
How will the Tories fight Douglas Carswell? With some difficulty. Despite declarations by the Tory leadership that the party will contest the by-election in Clacton vigorously, it is acknowledged by ministers and MPs that Douglas Carswell is very likely to win Nigel Farage’s Eurosceptic party its first seat at Westminster. Mr Carswell last week defected [...]
David Cameron will push for Russia to be stripped of its right to host the 2018 World Cup as part of a sanctions threat against Vladmir Putin’s deployment of troops in Ukraine. Alongside various officials from across the EU, the British...Show More Summary
Britain is facing the "greatest and deepest" threat from terrorism in the country's history, according to Prime Minister David Cameron. Speaking after the UK's terror threat level was raised to "severe", meaning that an attack is "highly...Show More Summary
British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Saturday he was feeling "emotional and nervous" about the September 18 Scottish independence referendum. Polls have consistently shown the "No" campaign ahead of the pro-independence push, but with three weeks to go until the ballot there remain hundreds of thousands of undecided voters. Show More Summary
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The 2018 World Cup could be moved from Russia if tough new political sanctions proposed by David Cameron go through. The British Prime Minister proposed taking away the world’s largest soccer tournament during a summit of European Union leaders in Brussels. Cameron wants Russia to be ostracized from high-profile international events as a punishment for